The coffee is always tasty, and my children loved the kid friendly drinks. The owners are super friendy, and the environment is cozy.
I have been to Cafe Mimosa twice. The first time was a decent experience. We decided to give it another try.I ordered a dish that was too spicy and sent it back, after just one bite. I decided not to order anything else as we did not have time to wait for it. When we got our bill I saw that I was charged for the spicy dish. I asked our waiter to please remove it. He said he would talk to the manager. After waiting for 20 or so minutes. We looked for him, as we had to leave. We found a different server and asked to speak to the manager ourselves. The manager was outside on break. We went outside and told the manager what had happened. As we were explaining the situation the waiter came out behind us. He started yelling something to the effect of, "What's your problem?! What's happened?!" I told him we were discussing it with the manager and it had nothing to do with him. He continued to yell, even louder than the time before. The manager sent him into the restaurant. She then took us to the owner. The owner refused to refund our money. I explained that it was too spicy. She said that the menu explains it has spice and therefore she would not refund our money. After arguing with her for well over 15 minutes. I became very angry because she refused to let us leave unless we for paid at least half the price of the spicy dish!! She took the food that I sent back (that had been sitting in the back of the house), put it in a container, and shoved it in my hands. I told her I did not want it as it was too spicy for either of us to eat. After I was forced to pay, I told her we would never return. She shuffled us out the door with the to go container.This was hands down the worst experience I have ever had a restaurant. I feel sorry for anyone who works there. The manager was very kind and the food was good (thanks to the cooks), but the owner, wow!
I would love to work for this company the further I look into the research of it, it fits just me.
What a great place!!! In a sea of red in the middle of March Madness, my phone directed me to the closest coffee shop near the freeway! I was on my way back home to TN and came upon this little gem!! 2 very friendly young men (who were also very attractive), immediately greeted me as I came through the door! I was offered suggestions on coffee, given directions, and even a recommendation for food in the neighborhood! Then the cutest dog I have ever seen in my life walked in with I assume the owner (?), or maybe the dog, Smokey, is the owner! The owner was extremely nice and friendly! She made me tator tots to go! Wonderful place is all I can say! Next time I am in town, I will be stopping in to see Smokey and crew! Keep up the good work!! And good luck in your game today, Louisville!!!
This is my favorite restaurant in Louisville. My family and I eat here regularly for breakfast and for lunch. Chef/Owner Mike Ross is not only talented and creative, but he is also a super-nice person! I know the food is always going to be fresh and delicious. My vegetarian and vegan friends like eating there because they get so many choices for things to eat. Carnivorous sorts also have plenty of dishes to chose from. The service is great and friendly and the prices reasonable. Try it!!
Annie May's Sweet Cafe is a wonderful bakery for all. She specializes in allergen-free goodies that are super delicious!
The coffee isn't worth being subjected to the nasty and unprofessional attitude of the owner. Customers can plan to be bombarded by offensive language and comments and can easily overhear her gossip about the numerous people she doesn't like. I have overheard her spread lies about people I know personally and found it totally unwarranted as those individuals were not there to defend themselves. I would rather go to a chain than support a business owner who openly spreads slanderous information and gossips about whomever she dislikes. The shop would have a lot more business if the Erin would stick to serving coffee and not hate.